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Friday, 12 Oct 2012
The Google Nexus 7 (32GB) shows up in a shelf tag and an advertisement although the price tags seen differ slightly.
Amazon's Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Bezos, has confirmed that the online retailer is not making a profit from sales of its latest Kindle tablet and e-reader devices.
Taskumuro interviewed former and present Nokia employees to uncover the inside story behind the development and subsequent abandonment of Nokia's MeeGo mobile operating system. A convoluted history reveals a lack of clear leadership at Nokia, and why turning to Windows Phone 8 was really Nokia's last and only hope at survival.
Google is currently rolling out an updated Google Play Store version 3.9.16. It comes with several new features such as expandable notifications, selecting multiple apps to delete at one go and keeping track of your location in lists.
Thursday, 11 Oct 2012
German firm, Txtr, has unveiled the highly affordable Beagle e-book reader, as they wade into the budget e-reader market. Read on to find out just how little this nifty reading companion costs.
If you're running the RTM version of Windows 8, remember to check the Windows Store for updates to the built-in apps. The Redmond giant will continue to issue updates all the way to the OS' October 26 public launch.
It is rumored that Microsoft will be releasing Office 2013 as a mobile software suite for both Android and iOS devices. This is according to the Czech website IHNED who spoke to a Microsoft product manager.
Samsung confirmed today that it will be unveiling a 4-inch Galaxy S III Mini on 11 October in Germany.
According to research house Gartner, Lenovo has overtaken Hewlett-Packard as the world's number one PC manufacturer. That's good news for Lenovo, but the same study also shows that global PC shipments has fallen by 8%.
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012
LG's rumored Nexus phone appears in a screenshot of Carphone Warehouse's inventory listing.